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Community wellness gathering set for Jan. 9-11 at Red Lake Nation College

The gathering will focus on “what is working” when fostering success in people overcoming poverty, addictions, health issues, trauma and grief while using the traditional Medicine Wheel as a guide.

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RED LAKE — Red Lake Nation's Chemical Health Program will host a community wellness gathering on Jan. 9-11 at the college.

According to a release, the objective of the gathering is to provide a catalyst for change in the community for people seeking solutions and opportunities that improve the quality of life for themselves and others.

“How can we help to guide our people to the networks and resources that will improve their quality of life? This gathering will focus on the successes of our people, identify what resources are available, strengthen existing networks and build new ones,” the release said.

The gathering will focus on “what is working” when fostering success in people overcoming poverty, addictions, health issues, trauma and grief while using the traditional Medicine Wheel as a guide, the release added.

For more information, call (218) 214-0412 or email r.gonzalez-rivera@redlakenation.org.

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